Join us this weekend for the second Sunday of Christmas as our Sunday services return to the current usual pattern!
We will be starting at 9.30am with Picnic Church with Rachel – bring your own picnic blanket or folding chair for a service suitable for all ages. And as it’s a picnic, you can bring your own drink or snack too, if you wish!
At 10.45am, Mike and Viv will be leading a Morning Worship service, thinking about Bringing our Gifts to the King.
That theme will continue into our evening worship service which you can attend live at 4pm if you wish or watch the livestream later on our YouTube channel, going live at 6.30pm. You can watch the service here – apologies that it will be a few minutes late starting tonight due to technical hitches but should be there shortly – and you can download the liturgy for the service here, if this helps you to follow along.
Book here to attend Evening Worship live at 4pm.
All the usual restrictions continue – as a reminder:
- Please enter church using the car park door at the top of the steps if you are able, or the level side door if it is easier for you to access. Follow the one-way system into church and exit is via the door at the front near the Hope Chapel.
- Please wash or sanitise your hands on entering or leaving the church
- You must book in to attend to help us to manage numbers and comply with the NHS Test and Trace system. Links for online booking for this week are above or you can go to the eventbrite website and search for ‘St Peter’s Shipley’.
- Please either check-in on the Test and Trace app or make sure you have signed in with the door stewards when you arrive.
- Facemasks are mandatory indoors unless you are in one of the exemption categories. Facemasks can be removed when leading a section of the service.
- Keep two metres away from others outside your household or bubble at all times and please remember you should not mix socially with people outside your household or bubble when indoors.
- Holy Communion will continue to be in one kind – bread only – for the time being.
- We need to let as much fresh air through the building as possible so you may want to come well wrapped up – especially while the weather is chilly!